CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION IN HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
AbstractAcross time, the concept regarding the quality of life determined public authorities totake into consideration the improvement of urban and rural space, the zoning, the servitudes,imposed on individuals and even authorities, being gradually accepted in the name of thenecessity for a collective welfare, including from the point of view of the natural environment.Inveterated legal regulation, which concern the protection of ancient monuments in order tosave common cultural heritage, were gradually added to the ecological requests, which tendto acquire preponderance compared to the traditional domains of urbanism and territoryplanning.Human settlements represent the traditional environment of human communities, thusthe approach to their sustainable and ecological development must be primarily acquired.Resolving ecological issued in human settlements greatly depends of the dimensions oflocalities, of their relations with the free territory, of the nature and manner of exploiting thisterritory, of the existent resources, of the network communication means, of the industrialobjectives, etc. Thus many parameters must be taken into consideration when studying thehabitats of these settlements compared to those used in natural ecosystems.
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